Corona Model
Railroad Society

Corona, like many towns, developed and prospered only through the presence of a railroad. It's an important part of our history. One that can be represented, not only educationally, but historically as an exciting visual model.

The Corona Model Railroad Society was created to represent 1940's Corona in the heyday of its citrus production. But not only its agriculture. The lumber, mining, manufacturing and all the trackside industries engaged in trade from other communities to other countries. This is the story of how Corona became what it is today, and the railroad's major role during the past.

An entire house, which sets on the park property, is devoted to the 600 sq. ft. display. The model railroad is fully operational depicting a part of Corona and local points east with the Santa Fe main line and the Pacific Electric system.

If you're just surfing the net, check back someday and see how we grow. If you live far away, be sure to visit if you're ever in the area. If you live close by, it's a good time to get involved. If you like trains , we're sure you'll want to become a member.

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The Corona Model Railroad Society HO-Scale model railroad display is a public-service activity made possible through partnership with the Corona Heritage Foundation